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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Coon Creek Girls

SESSIONS
30 May 1938 Chicago, IL – Idy Harper & Coon Creek Girls (Lily May Ledford [vcl/banjo/fiddle], Esther Koehler [mandolin], Rosie Ledford [vcl/guitar], Evelyn Lange [bass]])
001 C 2237 SOWING ON THE MOUNTAIN Vocalion 04278 Conqueror 9113
002 C 2238 OLD UNCLE DUDY (KEEP FIDDLING ON) Voalion 04278 Conqueror 9113
003 C 2239 THE OLD APPLE TREE Vocalion 04203 Conqueror 9065
004 C 2240 POOR NAOMI WISE Vocalion 04354
005 C 2241 SWEET FERN Vocalion 04354
006 C 2242 LULU WALL Vocalion 04203 Conqueror 9065
007 C 2243 BANJO PICKIN' GIRL Conqueror 9125 Vocalion 04413
008 C 2244 THE SOLDIER AND THE LADY Vocalion 04504 Conqueror 9125
009 C 2245 GIVE ME THE ROSES WHILE I LIVE unissued
010 C 2246 LULU LEE Vocalion 04504
011 C 2247 PRETTY POLLY Vocalion 04659
012 C 2248 FLOWERS BLOOMING IN THE WILDWOOD Vocalion 04659 Conqueror 9231
013 C 2249 LITTLE BIRDIE Conqueror 9231 Vocalion 04413
5 June 1955 [no.3837] Castle Studio At The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Ferlin Husky & Coon Creek Girls
014 14003 DON’T BLAME THE CHILDREN F3183
015 14005 SAIL THE LORD F3183
5 June 1955 [no.3838] Castle Studio At The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Coon Creek Girls
016 14006 TO HECK WITH THE GOOD OLD DAYS F3264
017 14007 I'LL NOT WORRY ABOUT YOU F3264
018 14020 THE VALLEY OF REST unissued

ALBUMS
County 712 Coon Creek Girls:Banjo Picking Girl; Black Eyed Susie; Darling, Six Months Ain't Long; East Virginia Blues; Going Down The Valley; Hawk Caught The Chicken And Gone; How Many Biscuits Can You Eat; I Have No Mother Now; Little Birdie; Pretty Polly; Red Rocking Chair; Take Your Time Miss Lucy; White Oak Mountain; Wild Bill Jones - 68
Old Homestead OHCS-142 Early Radio Favorites: Banjo Pickin' Girl; Bile Them Cabbage Down; Cindy; Flower Blooming In The Wildwood; How Many Biscuits Can You Eat; Little Birdie; Lula Lee; Lulu Walls; The Old Apple Tree; Old Uncle Dudy; Poor Naomi Wise; Pretty Polly; Thw Soldier And The Lady; Sowing On The Mountain; Sweet Fern - 82

SINGLES
Columbia (1938)
Vocalion
04203 Lulu Wal l / The Old Apple Tree - 07-38
04278 Sowing On The Mountain / Old Uncle Buddy (Keep Fiddlin' On) - 08-38
04354 Sweet Fern / Poor Naomi Wise - 09-38
04413 Banjo Pickin' Girl / Little Birdie - 10-38
04504 Lulu Lee / The Soldier And The Lady - 12-38
04659 Pretty Polly / Flowers Blooming In The Wildwood - 03-39
Conquerer
9065 Lulu Wal l / The Old Apple Tree - ca 09-38 (reissue)
9113 Sowing On The Mountain / Old Uncle Buddy (Keep Fiddlin' On) - 11-38 (reissue)
9125 The Soldier And The Lady / Banjo Pickin' Girl - 12-38
9231 Flowers Blooming In The Wildwood / Little Birdie - 06-39
Capitol (1955)
F3183 Don't Blame The Children / Sal The Lord – 07-55 w. Ferlin Husky
F3264 To Heck With The Good Old Days / I'll Not Worry About You - 10-55

1 comment:

  1. Juneberry78s lists 19 titles some of which aren't included here (17 and 2 alt takes)
    http://www.juneberry78s.com/prstkcds/mo15045.htm

    Stu

    ReplyDelete

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Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
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